3 Easy Steps to Improve the Search Engine Ranking of Your Website - Well, here you...
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Well, here you have it. The 5 minute drill to improve your website’s search engine rankings. Ok, I admit it, it’s not this easy. On-Page SEO is only half the battle, maybe only one third of the battle. To really dominate the search engines you need to practice a well planned and executed linking strategy. This is also called Off-Page SEO. Off-Page SEO is your most important task as a webmaster.
The details of a successful Off-Page SEO strategy are too much for the content of this article. But here’s a little example on how effective Off-Page SEO is: Logon to Google and type in the keyword ‘click here’. To your surprise you will see that Adobe holds the #1 position for this keyword. Now analyze the Adobe page for a minute. There is no ‘click here’ anywhere on the page or within the html code. How in the world can they be #1 for ‘click here’? Millions of other web pages have a link to Adobe with the title ‘click here’ to download the Acrobat Reader. That’s why.
Nothing makes me happier than if you can improve the search engine ranking of your website by just a few positions by following my simple advice. 90% of all webmasters don’t bother and that’s the window of opportunity for you. Of course a short article cannot explain the total picture of SEO. However it is meant to give you some ideas on how to approach SEO. Have fun while practicing SEO with your website.
Copyright 2006 Peter Dobler
About The Author
Peter Dobler is an active real estate investor and successful internet business owner.
Use the free tools at: http://www.online-business-idea.com to improve your website’s search engine ranking.
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